Collin Eid of Siren got a hole in one on June 5, 2020 at Fox Run Golf Course in Webster. He used a 9 iron on the 101-yard, par 3 hole number 8, on the Regulation Course. Congratulations Collin!

After losing a month and a half of the season and having lost the first six races on the 2020 racing schedule , the Rice Lake Speedway is pleased to announce that the 2020 racing opener will be Saturday night, May 30th at 6:30 pm. It will be a busy day at the facility as The Speed Pit Kart T…

NEW YORK—Major League Baseball owners gave the go-ahead Monday to making a proposal to the players’ union that could lead to the coronavirus-delayed season starting around the Fourth of July weekend in ballparks without fans, a plan that envisioned expanding the designated hitter to the Nati…

Due to the unforeseen events with COVID-19, the 15th annual Carlyle Sherstad 5k/10k race has been cancelled for 2020. Burnett Medical Center organizes the race and donates all the profits to a specific local community organization. This year’s recipient was Burnett County Salvation Army.

Fishbowl Sportsmen’s Club, Webster, kicks off its trap season May 6 and during the practice night, April 29, Dylan Matter, Amery, scored a 25 straight–barely missing the 50 straight, by one bird. Dylan’s looking forward to joining a team! Trap teams are still forming, and social distancing r…

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STEVENS POINT–The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Board of Control voted to cancel 2020 spring sports regular-season competitions and the Tournament Series while allowing individual, virtual spring sports coaching to continue until the final day of the 2020 season, which is th…

Although, the Spring sports season is currently on hold, there is some news out there.

“If we are going home, we are going home in their ships.” Fearless leader Hernando Cortez led his troops to overthrow the Aztecs of Mexico, with the phrase “burn the ships” empowering them. The Spanish Conquistador would not have a backup plan in case of failure, because success was the only…

The Knights of Columbus District Free-throw Contest took place in Webster on Feb. 29. Contestants were from Spooner, Birchwood and Webster. Pictured are the winners from the contest.

MADISON – Grantsburg’s Emma Quimby was included in the recently-released girls hockey all-state selections.

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WISCONSIN RAPIDS – Jeni Petersen made her third and final appearance for the Grantsburg girls co-op gymnastics team in Saturday’s WIAA Division 2 state final.

GRANTSBURG – Wins in its two final games of the regular season assured the Grantsburg boys basketball team a positive Lakeland West record entering the playoffs this week.

SIREN – In the span of a year, the Siren girls basketball team went from winless in the Lakeland West to being on the verge of a regional title.

SIREN – Rick Kosloski’s maiden voyage into the varsity postseason will still be his swan song.

GRANTSBURG – An overall winning record spared the Grantsburg boys basketball team from a bit of travel.

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MADISON – One member of the LFGS wrestling team still has a chance for more postseason success.

Two Siren Alumni got to compete against each other for the first time since high school at the Yellowjacket Open on Saturday, Feb. 15 in Superior. Tanner Lee is competing in his second season for the University of Wisconsin - Yellowjackets. He competed in the men's weight throw and shot put.…

Crex 18 Rampage Grantsburg Club Volleyball Team competed in a two-day tournament Feb. 15-16. They were undefeated against seven different teams earning Champions of the NorthStar Presidents Day Challenge - Club Division.

Brooke Quimby has scored 1,000 points in her career with the Grantsburg Pirates. Her coach said this accomplishment doesn’t happen by accident.